The Resource Social behaviour : genes, ecology and evolution, [edited by] Tamaś Szeḱely, Allen J. Moore, Jan Komdeur

Social behaviour : genes, ecology and evolution, [edited by] Tamaś Szeḱely, Allen J. Moore, Jan Komdeur

Label
Social behaviour : genes, ecology and evolution
Title
Social behaviour
Title remainder
genes, ecology and evolution
Statement of responsibility
[edited by] Tamaś Szeḱely, Allen J. Moore, Jan Komdeur
Title variation
Social behavior
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"Humans live in large and extensive societies and spend much of their time interacting socially. Likewise, most other animals also interact socially. Social behaviour is of constant fascination to biologists and psychologists of many disciplines, from behavioural ecology to comparative biology and sociobiology. The two major approaches used to study social behaviour involve either the mechanism of behaviour - where it has come from and how it has evolved, or the function of the behaviour studied. With guest articles from leaders in the field, theoretical foundations along with recent advances are presented to give a truly multidisciplinary overview of social behaviour, for advanced undergraduate and graduate students. Topics include aggression, communication, group living, sexual behaviour and co-operative breeding. With examples ranging from bacteria to social mammals and humans, a variety of research tools are used, including candidate gene approaches, quantitative genetics, neuro-endocrine studies, cost-benefit and phylogenetic analyses and evolutionary game theory"--Provided by publisher
Cataloging source
DNLM/DLC
Dewey number
304.5
Index
index present
LC call number
HM628
LC item number
.S63 2010
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Label
Social behaviour : genes, ecology and evolution, [edited by] Tamaś Szeḱely, Allen J. Moore, Jan Komdeur
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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Contents
Machine generated contents note: Introduction Tamaś Szeḱely, Allen J. Moore and Jan Komdeur; Part I. Foundations: 1. Nature-nurture interactions Marla B. Sokolowski and Joel D. Levine; 2. The quantitative genetics of social behaviour Bronwyn H. Bleakley, Jason B. Wolf and Allen J. Moore; 3. Social behaviour and bird-song from a neural and endocrine perspective Elizabeth Adkins-Regan, Timothy J. DeVoogd and Jordan M. Moore; 4. Evolutionary game theory John M. McNamara and Franz J. Weissing; 5. Recent advances in comparative methods Robert P. Freckleton and Mark Pagel; 6. Social evolution theory: a review of methods and approaches Tom Wenseleers, Andy Gardner and Kevin R. Foster; Part II. Themes: 7. Aggression: towards an integration of gene, brain and behaviour Robert Huber and Edward A. Kravitz; 8. Social influences on communication signals: from honesty to exploitation Mark E. Hauber and Marlene Zuk; 9. Important topics in group living Jens Krause and Graeme Ruxton; 10. Sexual behaviour: conflict, cooperation and co-evolution Tomasso Pizzari and Russell Bonduriansky; 11. Pair bonds and parental behaviour Lisa McGraw, Tamaś Szeḱely and Larry J. Young; 12. Adaptations and constraints in the evolution of delayed dispersal: implications for cooperation Jan Komdeur and Jan Ekman; 13. Social behaviour in microorganisms Kevin R. Foster; 14. Social environments, social tactics and their fitness consequences in complex mammalian societies Marion L. East and Heribert Hofer; 15. Social behaviour in humans Ruth Mace; Part III. Implications: 16. Personality and individual social specialisation Denis Reále and Niels J. Dingemanse; 17. Molecular and genetic influences on the neural substrate of social cognition in humans Louise Gallagher and David Skuse; 18. Population density, social behaviour and sex allocation Suzanne H. Alonzo and Ben C. Sheldon; 19. Social behaviour and speciation Gerald S. Wilkinson and Leanna M. Birge; 20. Social behaviour in conservation Daniel T. Blumstein; 21. Prospects for research in social behaviour: systems biology meets behaviour Allen J. Moore, Tamaś Szeḱely and Jan Komdeur
Control code
000045806075
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
xii, 562 p. ,
Isbn
9780521709620
Lccn
2010027383
Other physical details
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System control number
  • (OCoLC)614315490
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